The King of Monsters Shows Off His Spikes on Another 'Godzilla' Poster

March 20, 2014
Source: Facebook


While it's not quite as good as yesterday's poster featuring the King of Monsters destroying more buildings with his gigantic ass, this latest poster for Godzilla is still pretty cool. This time we get a look the giant lizard from behind, but we're a little closer than one of the other posters featuring Godzilla destroying San Francisco. Those spikes on his back are massive, and again, the size of Godzilla this time is almost unfathomable. How will we be able to stop this thing if an atomic bomb didn't do the job? Now we're just waiting to see how big some of the other monsters slated to appear in the film will be in comparison. Look!

Here's the latest poster for Gareth Edwards' Godzilla from the film's Facebook page:


Godzilla, being directed by Gareth Edwards (of Monsters), comes from a screenplay written by Drew Pearce, Max Borenstein and Frank Darabont. The cast is lead by Aaron Taylor-Johnson, with Bryan Cranston, Elizabeth Olsen, David Strathairn, Ken Watanabe and Juliette Binoche. An epic rebirth to Toho's iconic Godzilla, this spectacular adventure pits the most famous monster against malevolent creatures who, bolstered by humanity's scientific arrogance, threaten our very existence. Warner Bros and Legendary Pictures send Godzilla stomping into theaters May 16th, 2014 next summer. Follow:

Find more posts: Hype, Posters, Sci-Fi



I know plenty of people are excited for The Amazing Spider-Man 2 and X-Men: Days of Future Past...well okay, maybe not Spider-Man....but I do think that this is going to pull off the upset come May and really surprise people with how good it is and how well it does. I could see it being like Star Trek 09 all over again. Most of the 'buzz' was focused on X-Men Origins: Wolverine and Terminator Salvation....but both of those films failed to meet expectations while Star Trek came out and just stomped them in terms of sheer quality

Chris Groves on Mar 20, 2014


DoFP is Last Stand all over, might do well financially but will be a critical failure(feel free to bookmark and shove it in my face if I am wrong) Spiderman Will do as well as the previous one.

Brian Sleider on Mar 20, 2014


Agreed, I am eager to go and see Days of Future Past, but I have a strong strong feeling it's going to disappoint. Just simply based on some of the character designs - Quicksilver and the future Sentinel are awful, just to start. It may do well, but I am nervous, as are most fans, I think. While I wasn't a huge fan of The Amazing Spider-Man, the sequel does look pretty awesome, and I think will do really well as far as box office goes. Godzilla's trailers and posters have been fucking great, I think this one will draw a ton of people but may be one of those movies that builds up momentum rather than packing theaters the opening weekend. I may be waaaay off about that though.

Blake on Mar 20, 2014


The first/only trailer for DoFP looks amazing. Very dark and exciting. Perhaps the new trailer on Monday will be a better tell.

Boring Someone on Mar 20, 2014


I feel that so many X-men fans are so scared by Origins and The Last Stand that they refuse to believe that Fox can make another GOOD X-men film Like the first two, I was proven that with The Wolverine "Hell" that one was better than X2 ya ask me. I have strong gut feeling that Days of Future Past going to turn things around.

Devin Dowling on Mar 20, 2014


It was a mistake to put Singer at the helm again. He is a bit of a dud.

DAVIDPD on Mar 20, 2014


I loved Salvation:( Minority I realize lol.

SkyNet300 on Mar 21, 2014


Oh, I liked X-Men Origins and Terminator Salvation just fine. Not masterpieces, not the best either franchise has to offer...but they were both definitely 'good' in my book, maybe not great, but they had their moments.

Chris Groves on Mar 21, 2014


I liked Wolverine Origins mostly.

OfficialJab on Mar 21, 2014


The Roland Emmerich Godzilla is looking better and better with every poster of tis new Godzilla crap. Oh we want to be lookin so hip so lets make Godzilla do this poses and have him looking like some stupid fashion model. It's not like no one knows what the heck Godzilla looks like hello decade old character so what's the point of still hiding him BOO Godzilla ooh didn't see that obvious reveal coming! Show Godzilla fighting some monsters in the trailer just show him doing something but instead they keep on doing this shadowy crap! I guarantee you if they don't get out a trailer showing Godzilla fully fighting some monsters this film would bomb hard or not do as well in the box office.

Ryan Thomas Hardy on Mar 20, 2014


LoL most people are fed up with trailers showing too much. The trailers for this movie have been PERFECT! A trailer should make you more thirsty not quench your thirst. Also lol at this movie bombing. Wont happen no way no how. Even if the movie is a steaming pile of dog shit I will still rake in the money. That said, its a Godzilla movie it doesn't need great actors (which it has) or a great story, it needs a big ass monster killing shit. Which it has.

Brian Sleider on Mar 20, 2014


Showing too much!? Okay just elaborate, what is showing too much when it comes to something as predictable as Godzilla. Oh big monster causes destruction and fights some other monsters like um what the past over 20 films he has been doing it repeatedly in. There is nothing to be spoiled about it at all which is why it should embrace what the character really is in the trailers. It's like showing a trailer for the next James Bond movie but not showing James Bond, James Bond is a character that has been around for a long time we know who he is! It's the matter of selling an already established character the whole world already knows which is what they are doing. Heck I could be marketing this film better than they are now and it would take in more at the box office than they would. Plus there is a heavy chance this film would be crushed with the biggest X-Men film only coming out a few days after.

Ryan Thomas Hardy on Mar 20, 2014


Regardless of people being familiar with the property that is Godzilla, this is a new Godzilla, a different look and story. It gets people excited to only see little glimpses of the monster. We can clearly see he looks a bit different than in previous films and there is also a vast size difference. These trailers have left me wanting to see the movie even more based on the simple fact that they haven't shown too much. That they've left some mystery as to how the monster will look and act.

Blake on Mar 20, 2014


Well because he looks different this time, just like the Emmerich one did.

OfficialJab on Mar 20, 2014


Your recent complaints both here and on The Avengers: Age of Ultron concept art post are the epitome of trolling. And yet, on the news about a Jem and the Holograms movie, you said it was "a brilliant idea." I can't even begin to comprehend this madness.

Ethan Anderton on Mar 20, 2014


Dude am not trying to troll am just being truthful honestly, and am seriously looking forward to Jem and The Holograms more than those films! Seriously there is some original and inventive ideas that can come out of that!

Ryan Thomas Hardy on Mar 20, 2014


Don't feed the troll;)

SkyNet300 on Mar 21, 2014


They have been killing it with the posters for this movie! Can't wait till it comes out.

garfieldhatesmondays on Mar 20, 2014


I could live on his back forever!

DAVIDPD on Mar 20, 2014


My body is so ready. I was so afraid that the trailers/posters for the film would look like another dumb major hollywood blockbuster. I am looking at you Spider Man 2. But this looks like someone put some real TLC in it. Not that they mass produced it to the movie studios liking for a quick buck.

Jacob Crim on Mar 20, 2014


This is the best poster so far.

Devin Dowling on Mar 20, 2014


I love the marketing for this remake! So excited! And I am so buying this poster on ebay right n....

SkyNet300 on Mar 21, 2014

New comments are no longer allowed on this post.



Subscribe to our feed -or- daily newsletter:
Follow Alex's main account on twitter:
For the latest posts only - follow this one:

Add our updates to your Feedly - click here

Get the latest posts sent in Telegram Telegram